By Mike Mignola, Scott Hampton
Whereas chasing an immense bat during the woodland, Hellboy meets an previous guy with insider wisdom of the arriving vampire apocalypse. For the 1st time, Mike Mignola groups up with artist Scott Hampton (Batman, The Books of Magic) for this gothic story. • First collaboration among Mike Mignola and Scott Hampton. • vintage vampire horror!
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